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IGPC, Sweetwater investigate biorefinery opportunity
IGPC and Sweetwater are looking into opportunities for building Sweetwater’s first Canadian biorefinery.
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Bandit Industries being sold?
Bandit Industries has signed a Letter of Intent with Texas-based Alamo Group Inc. in an effort to sell the company and keep operations in Michigan.
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AV Cell receives funding for biogas production
The Althoville, N.B.-based company receives $12 million in government funding to produce additional renewable energy through biogas combustion.
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Biomass heat for Nelson?
A new study suggests that woody biomass is the most feasible heating option for Nelson, B.C.
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B.C. sustainability brochure released
The Government of British Columbia and the Wood Pellet Association of Canada team up create a report on the province’s sustainable biomass supply.
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